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The water is a good place to dump a body.
Golden is better then Jimbo... I feared it was true. He is going to hoist a crystal ball there - fsufsu
these 20-30 year old recent college grad and professionals are so dangerous, I know.
The whole stadium shakes!!!
There's no doubt about it, Jump Around leaves a lasting impression in the press box too!
They beat up their own players in that town FFS.
Lived there dood. In Charm city and DC. You don't have awesome neighborhoods or great bars and on restaurants. If you think that you need to leave, stat. DC is obv way better than Balmer but its vanilla mcbland.
Know a lot of people raised in Baltimore. Not one doesn't admit it sucks.
College football Legends that are in the College Football Hall of Fame. #wisconsinsbest
Here Barry Alarez and Pat Richter Statues just outside Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, WI.
Believe it or not, Hot Sauce, that is actually 100% spot on. Madison is the place you find cab drivers with PhDs. I'm not kidding either.
That's a shame, as we have a lot of city pride here in Baltimore. Yeah we know there are shit areas of the city, but they're pretty easy to ignore. Did you live in Fed Hill/Canton/Fells/Locust Point? They're getting better everyday. If you lived in the suburbs they're gonna be bland as they are just about anywhere...
I actually don't think Stringer Bell got to graduate.
Lester Freamon must have been a bright young man back in the day.
I heard the game day atmosphere is pretty cool at Madison...at least up until a boring ass BigTen game starts up.
Hahahahahahahhahahaha. Heard the girls were ugly as cavemen up there.
Text from a buddy on the day of the rose bowl several years ago... "Been tailgating around the stadium all day and nobody in our group has seen a good looking wisconsin girl."
First I lived downtown in a penthouse apartment in one of the tallest buildings in Bmore. Roommate and i each paid 600 a month. It was hilarious. Place was awesome. Then to a house in Fed Hill with a bunch of guys I worked with. I had a great time actually, but I was also only 23 yrs old.
The suburbs are sick though. And not expensive.
If you are looking for a hot female student body, UW Madison IS NOT THE PLACE TO GO TO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Only a Wisconsin native that is use to the women will say otherwise. Go to USC and study for four years and then come back to UW Madison and try saying it again...lol...lol...lol.
I'm more of a city guy so any suburb is bland to me. I live in Ellicott City which is the most expensive suburb you'll find around Baltimore, which isn't too bad. Towson and Owings Mills have a lot going for them these days.
Yeah I'm a city person as well but if I was married and had a family DC/Balmer suburbs would look prime. Beautiful homes.
Not saying Balti is bland tho. Just not a lot going on and what is going on is a lot of the same thing. Fells Point is cargo shorts LAX glory days retards in turf shoes and the girls are pigtastic. DC is bland imo
I hate Jump Around.
Sorry, Columbus > Madison... All day, any day.
More tradition, nicer stadium, better city. Better team... Nothing about Madison is better than Columbus.
I would have to agree with that. It's a simple life over here and part of enjoying Baltimore is fitting in with the locals and lifestyle. Crabs, Ravens, Orioles, Natty Boh. In NYC, LA, Chicago, they're all so cosmopolitan you can be whoever you want. I also am not a big fan of DC, except their great ethnic foods.
You live in Ellicott City? I live in Sykesville. I actually like it out here. I'm not too much into the city life anymore but I do enjoy an Orioles game every so often.
This wasn't meant to be a Baltimore vs. Madison debate although I wouldn't move from this area to Wisconsin for any reason whatsoever. I was simply speaking to the moron that thinks every Bama fan fits his stupid stereotype.
I doubt you could find 5 sports fans, who are not Wisconsin fans, that would think Madison is the best college sports town in America regardless of how many stupid songs the fanbase sings during games.
Sykesville is a great place for a person who enjoys the country lifestyle but has the perks of being so close to a city. I'm in the Turf Valley Resort area, right before route 70. It's pretty much the end of route 40 before it gets pretty rural. Madison is a fine medium sized town, but comparing it to major cities is a bit too much.
Alabama is a very good school with a great accounting program (which is KBucky's employment...) so obviously they'll have a good chunk of fans who don't live in trailer parks.
This post was edited by Hot Sauce 11 months ago
Wisconsin hatred aside, I'm going to have to disagree here. I thought the UW-M student body was pretty good looking, studied at USC one year (where the chicks are hot too), returned and still think UW-M has a good looking student body.
To the guy who said he was at the Rose Bowl and there weren't any hot Wisconsin chicks: I'm guessing that's because attractive girls, for the most part, don't really care about football enough to spend $300 for airfare + money for a hotel to go across country and watch their team lose in the Rose Bowl.
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